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going to continue the discussion with peggy noonan and david gergen, adding dee dee myers, who was the press secretary for president clinton, is now a contributor to "vanity fair," and our own political director john dickerson. david, i want to go back to you. someone was just saying your twitter feed-- >> dee dee made that point. i want to make clear-- i'm not condoning what david petraeus did, nor what the woman did. you know, but i do think that people are human. we have worked for human leaders ourselves, dee dee. and we understand that people ought to be sort of-- take it in context and understand when people are human they make mistakes. some of our greatest moral leaders have done that. there's just a new book out about thomas jefferson and his weaknesses he experienced in life. and yet he was a great leader of this country. what i do believe is that we should see it in the larger context and that is general petrace has given this country distinguished service for over 40 years. he has put his life on the line on a continuous basis. he was nearly killed in service earlie
, anything to save them from the terrifying sight of the 21st century. i'm joined by dee dee myers, former press secretary and the author of the e book "47%." the president stressed he's willing to compromise to avoid the consequence of going over that so-called fiscal cliff at the end of the year. however, he's sticking to his guns that the wealthiest need to be asked to pay a bit more. let's watch. >> i want to be clear. i'm not wedded to every detail of my plan. i'm open to compromise. i'm open to new ideas. i'm committed to solving our fiscal challenges. but i refuse to accept any approach that isn't balanced. i'm is not going to ask students and seniors and middle-class families to pay down the entire deficit, while people like me, making over $250,000 aren't asked to pay a dime more in taxes. this was a central question during the election. it was debated over and over again. and on tuesday night, we found out that the majority of americans agree with my approach. >> couldn't be more direct in that. i like the clarity of it today. he said, i'll negotiate it, but not on this. >> two y
'll start with peggy noonan of the "wall street journal." dee dee myers of "vanity fair." richard lowry of the "national review." harvard university's david gergen. and our own john dickerson. then we'll talk to stu rothenberg of the stu rothenbe rothenberg political reports. allen stanford of the university of virginia center for politics, democratic pollster anna greenberg, and republican analyst leslie sanchez of the impacto group. and our own cbs news elections director anthony salvanto. we're coming to the end of the campaign 2012, and we've got it all on "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: good morning, again. most of the country is looking forward to election day, or at the least, looking forward to the campaign being over. but in large parts of the northeast, it is still the aftermath of the storm that is in the forefront of many people's thoughts. at least 110 are dead, more than 2 million are still without power. close to 1 million in new york city alone. 80% of new york city subway ser
noonan of the ""wall street journal"." david gergen of harvard university. dee dee myers of "vanity fair." and our own john dickerson. election 2012 is in the bookes, but the story is just beginning. and this is "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: good morning, again. on this veteran's day. and we begin with senator graham who is in clemson, south carolina. senator, thank you for coming. you are on the armed services committee, of course, so i want to start out with this out-of-the blue thunderbolt that hit washington friday concerning david petraeus the c.i.a. director. he resigned, saying he had exercised bad judgment and had an affair. cbs news and several other agencies have now confirmed that the f.b.i. got on to this after a third woman told them she had received threatening e-mails from the woman he has reported to have had the affair with. so i guess i would just simply start, do you have any additional information to any of this? >> no, not really. i was just as surprised and from a natio
this tuesday morning. let's get right to the lottery murder trial in florida. dee dee moore is accused of swindling a jackpot winner out of millions before shooting him in cold blood. steve osunsami is covering it all. >> i wouldn't trust dee dee moore as far as i can throw her. >> reporter: harsh words. from the sheriff who threw dee dee moore in jail after police found the body of lottery winner abraham shakespeare buried in moore's back yard and covered in concrete. >> the person that convinced him that she was there for his best interest is dee dee. >> reporter: in november 2006 abe shakespeare went from washing dishes and working garbage trucks to the good life. when he walked into this minimart and bought the quick pick ticket that won him $17 million. >> will walk the street like a normal person. i have people coming up, asking for money. >> reporter: by 2009, he had burnt through much of the money, paying off the mortgages of families and friends. that's when he met dee dee moore. >> are you a murderer? >> no. moore had a different look in court monday but she's always maintain
winnings, shooting him and putting his body beneath a concrete slab in her backyard. but dee dee's lawyers today say a drug dealer killed. shakee people who owed him money tried to frame dee dee so they wouldn't have to pay their debts. phil keating is in south florida tonight. so much for absolutely. before he was killed this truly rags to riches lowered winner got to the point where he publicly said where he wish he said he would have never bought that pick quick ticket. the barely literate abraham shakespeare actually didn't barely enjoy any of the 17-million-dollar lump sum payment that he took from the state lottery commission. giving almost all of it away to the endless family and friends who came asking. prosecutors today showed the jury crime scene photos of how he ended up. absolutely pennyless, dumped in dirt with two bullets in his chest. all that is left dekeg body in a grave under a concrete slab behind a house that she bought on highway 60. >> and prosecutors say that moore bought that house with shakespeare's lottery winnings. shep? >> but the evidence against dee dee moore
's the memo. now on to the top story. reaction. joining me from new york. republic strategist dee dee ben can i and from nashville, tennessee, republic chip saultzman who was the manager of governor mike huckabee's 2008 presidential bid. okay. it's great to see you. we will start with you dee dee because i know you were a special assistant in the bush years. and i can see from your p.o.v. on my sheet here, you think that it was kind of the todd akin type of republic that sank this race for conservatives. is that right? >> yes, laura. i do agree with you on the point that mitt romney if he had been a little bit more passionate. it was a struggle for him to be that way and the first debate went very well but then the democrats were able to fill in and akin and mourdock and some of the other language that is very detrimental to the republic party. we do have too many rich, old guys. i mean, we just do. >> you sound like -- you sound like you are speaking at the other cable network. rich, white, republic guys. >> it's the truth. more women and young people. we just do. >> laura: we had a woman ru
. the difference between the two is that the stuff at dee dee's is cheaper than ross dress for less. right now the ross dress for less stores are in 33 states. although they're mostly concentrated in california and the southern parts of the country. while dee dee's discount is just in eight states. company's goal is to ultimately add another 1,000 ross dress for less locations and 500 more dee dee dee's discounts. ross has plenty of room to expand. second, the company has a terrific business model. you know what they do? they buy unsold merchandise from regular retailers like department stores at deep discounts. when the companies are anxious to unload excess inventory at the end of the season, ross will pack the stuff away, store it for nine months and put it on the floor when it's relevant again. the backaway strategy as they call it allows the company very opportunistic about buying merchandise from stores that bought too much away from them. thanks to manufacturer overruns, chanc chan canceled orders, and the merchandise in the stores for hurricane sandy that didn't sell, that left retaile
the terrifying sight of 21st century electoral reality. i'm joined by dee dee myers, former clinton white house press secretary, and david corn, the author of the ebook, "47 percent." today the president stressed he's willing to compromise to avoid the consequence of going over that so-called fiscal cliff at the end of the year. however, he said he's sticking to his guns, that the wealthiest need to be asked to pay a bit more. let's watch. >> i want to be clear, i'm not wedded to every detail of my plan. i'm open to compromise. i'm open to new ideas. i'm committed to solving our fiscal challenges, but i refuse to accept any approach that isn't balanced. i am not going to ask students and seniors and middle class families to pay down the entire deficit while people like me making over $250,000 aren't asked to pay a dime more in taxes. this was a central question during the election. it was debated over and over again, and on tuesday night we found out that the majority of americans agree with my approach. >> couldn't be more direct than that. i like the clarity today. he said i'll negotiate but
morning, amy. some damning testimony, from dee dee's ex-husband, about a hole he needed to dig with a backhoe. who said she needed to bury debris for construction. prosecutors say there was no body in that -- there was actually a body in that hole, not debris. for the second time in as many days, dee dee moore couldn't contain her tears, as she sat in this florida courtroom. moore's on trial for fatally shooting worker-turned-millionaire, abraham shakespeare. >> she took extreme, calculated steps to avoid detection. >> reporter: for more than an hour wednesday, prosecutors detailed what they call moored diabolical scheme to rob and then kill the 22-year-old, who she had a business relationship with. >> do you get tired of people asking you for money all the time? >> they don't take no for an answer. >> reporter: abraham shakespeare went from rags to riches in 2006, when he bought a quick pick ticket, winning millions. three years later, he had gone through most of it. prosecutors say, that's when he met dee dee moore. and she says he agreed to let her manager his money. >> six
. dee dee, you must be amazed by this change in reality here. all those times you had to deal with the press and argue with them over facts and particular things. then here comes the romney people around him, the handlers saying we don't have to deal with the quibbling of what's true or not. what's true isn't relevant. if we can spend millions of dollars saying jeep is going to china. if we can say this guy is getting rid of the work requirement for welfare, it doesn't matter what you pencil necks in washington have to say. >> and what they found out and what the theory that underlines their case here is there's no penalty to pay for playing fast and loose with the facts. you put a point of view on television, you line up information that's not true and there's no penalty to pay for that. it's the end result of a 20 year campaign by the right wing in this country to discredit the mainstream media, the liberal press. so now there is no neutral arbiter in the country who can say this isn't true and that everybody will pay attention to and say this isn't true. there are still peo
. we have david asman and dee dee with us. to i think it will be more of the same. hope springs eternal and for example, erskine bowles has been thrown into the ring. now, he announced that he's leaving in january. lowering tax rates and increasing -- in other words, he has to pay with a disqualification. neil: dee dee? >> i think he's going to keep it to the left. a lot of people, they are there for 14 months and then move on. that is the average time for a white house staffer. so it would be good for them to have change. that is a healthy thing. neil: you just switch the place settings. they just want to make their own mark. >> president obama is consumed with wanting to make a difference and he has done so. changing the economy through obamacare,. [talking over each other] [talking over each other] >> as he told his russian friend, you haven't seen anything yet. neil: bipartisanship reaching out, you don't think that's a real? >> again, i don't want to rule out the possibility. i think we will see a lot by who replaces tim geithner. if he does, he will rely on the business and so for
ritchie and dee dee myers. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> mr. speaker, before the hurricane you were predicting that governor romney would win in a landslide with over 300 electoral votes. do you think that's still true? >> well, i like your opening because i do think it comes down to turnout. i do think the guy that gets more votes today is going to probably win. so i thought that was good of you guys to package it like that. interestingly, michael barone and dick morris also agree, and karl rove is not quite as bullish, but he's close. i think that romney is going to win. i think that the presidents get the last poll number. he's at 47. obama is at 47. gallup, he's at 48. rasmussen he's at 48. that suggests to me somewhere between 51-49, which is i think where rove is, to 53-47, which is where i am. so at 53-47, romney will carry over 300 electoral votes. >> dee dee, i assume you quote different sources in your analysis of the way this is going? >> i don't spend a lot of time quoting dick morris and karl rove when i'm doing my analysis. i agree it's all going
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, and the margins are huge right now for obama's advantage over romney among latinos. >> dee dee, talk to me about the role women will play in deciding this race. >> right. most undecided voters at this point are women, and women are breaking strongly for the president as they traditionally have. more importantly, 10 million more women will vote than men today so that is where the presidents is. i would look at single women in particular. they tend to be more undecided and tend to break heavily for president obama, and i think that's where this race in many ways will be decided. >> steve, oftentimes the day after an elects pundits sit around and the losing party they look at and say they have to start from scratch and rethink everything. which party stands to suffer the most long-term damage if they lose today. >> well, if the republicans lose, there's going to be a civil war that breaks out in the republican party. think about this. the last republican candidate who got over 60% of the white vote, george herbert walker bush, over 400 electoral votes. mitt romney is going to get 60% of the white v
joins us from pbs and dee dee myers, president clinton's former white house press secretary. good morning. happy election day. show of hands right now. raise your hand if when this matchup became clear months ago that it would be president obama and governor romney, you thought we'd be sitting on election day with a dead heat on your hands. raise your hand if you thought that was the case. >> no? >> you did. >> you really thought it would be this close? >> i think the country is simply too polarized for it not to be. >> dee dee, why do you think we got to the dead heat, why are we sitting here today with this too close to call? >> i think david is right. the country is extremely polarized, and we always knew it would be a close race. first time in a long time we've been sitting here on election day really not knowing what's going to happen. i think both candidates have strengths and both have weaknesses. you have a tough economy. you have a candidate in mitt romney who didn't define himself early enough and allowed president obama and his team to define him. strengths and weakness
a superlawyer who has represented the last three preponderates. paula broadwell hired dee dee myers. jill kelley is being represented by abbe lowell, who represented john edwards. and gloria allred. lots of lawyers and no one's been charged with anything. >>> the 113th congress, meantime, will have the fewest number of veterans since world war ii. just 19% will have served in active duty, down from 80% in 1977. iowa governor terry branstead wants to end the iowa straw poll. michele bachmann won this year. he thinks the move strengthen the iowa caucuses. and it looked like hillary clinton was getting a little sleepy during her trim to asia. her eyes were closed for just a little while in myanmar. >>> finally, the late show did some amazing things with photo shop and this next clip is about chris christie. >> did you see him yesterday? he was testifying before a senate subcommittee. did you see this? we have exclusive footage. here's governor chris christie. >> be the republican governors. one of the reasons why you have 30 republican governors in america and why we're the only organization to add
out at defendant dee dee moore, for trying to send some sort of secret code to the jury. he called it her final warning. abc's linsey davis has more on that. >> reporter: dee dee moore is on the verge of getting kicked out of her own murder trial. >> ms. moore, i have cautioned you throughout these proceedings. >> reporter: in court thursday, it seemed that the judge had had enough. issuing the 40-year-old a final warning. accusing moore of using face expression to communicate with jurors. >> think i'm going to warn you for the last time. >> reporter: for a third day, jurors also saw moore crying again in court. this time, as prosecutors played this audiotape of her, allegedly asking a friend to lie to the police. moore is on trial for killing this man, abraham shakespeare, and then, covering it up. prosecutors say she befriended him after he won millions in a state lottery. they say after he burned through most of the cash, moore agreed to manage what he had left. instead, they say, she stole his money and then killed him. on thursday, shakespeare's mother told jurors moore even t
not kill a man who won the lottery. testimony resumes later today in the case of durice dee dee moore. she is on trial for murdering abraham shakespeare. he won $17 million on a lottery ticket. his decomposing body was found in moore's backyard. her attorneys told the court there is absolutely no evidence that proves she shot shakespeare. but prosecutors say she shifted what little money he had left to her personal bank accounts. >>> and a tragic story that you probably heard about here in new york where a new york nanny accused in the shocking double murder of two young children in her care has pleaded not guilty in a rare hospital arraignment. investigators say that the woman repeatedly stabbed 6-year-old lucia and her 2-year-old brother leo in the manhattan apartment last month. she entered her plea from her bedside where she is treated for self-inflicted stab wounds. >> the story broke the nation's heart. apparently, the nanny suffering from mental issues but some financial issues as well and resented the family because apparently they asked her to work an extra five hours a week. so t
house press secretary dee dee myers works, and jill kelley, who made the complaint that uncovered the whole affair has teamed up with abbe lowell and judy smith, and not to leave anybody out, kelley's twin sister has now been represented and retained the attorney gloria allred. that's a lot. chip reid is here with a look at petraeus's next step. chip, good morning. a lot of people are asking what does someone like general petraeus do now? >> well that's a really good question. he was not long ago one of the most admired men in america. the question now is whether he can regain that elevated status and if so how? by any measure, david petraeus's record of accomplishment is extraordinary. a four-star general, he led the surges in iraq and afghanistan. he was director of the cia, and while he denied any interest in politics, some top strategists had them on their short list for president. >> this personal failing will be a blip on the historical record. >> reporter: peter mansoor was a top petraeus aide in iraq. >> if we made adultery a disqualification for public offi
a title for it." i didn't know what the title was going to be. and when he had [sings] dee-da- dee-da-da-da-da, [talking] i finally came to the thing, the way our logic lies in it, "i want to be somewhere on the other side of the rainbow." and i began trying to fit it: "on the other side of the rainbow." when he had a front phrase like daa-da-da-da-da now, if you say "eee," you couldn't sing "eee-ee." you had to sing "ooooh." that's the only thing that would get aand i had to get something with "oh" in it, see: "over the rain" now, that sings beautifully, see. so the sound forced me into the word "over," which was much better than "on the other side"" judy garland: [singing] somewhere over the rainbow way up high, there's a land that i heard of once in a lullaby. ernie harburg: anyhow, yiparlen worked on it. he came up with this incredible music, which, if anybody wants to try it, just play the chords alone, not the melody, and you will hear pachelbel, and you will hear religious hymns, and you will hear fairy tales and lullabies, just in the chords. no one ever listens to that,
, whether it is dee dee myers at the end of this panel, whether it is stephanie, whether it is debbie wasserman schultz who leads our party, whether it's donna brazile who was running a presidential campaign in this country almost a decade ago. the reason our party gets it, because we respect women and we need women in decision-making positions. and women see that. i will never forget looking at the convention floor, at our democratic convention, and looking at the convention floor at the republican convention and saying, this is why i do what i do. because i am so proud to be part of a party that wants to be america. and as long as we keep focusing on those issues, and as long as we fight every day to make sure women in this country have an equal seat at the table, not just because there is one or two of them but because they're the ones making the decisions. they're the ones that are actually moving the levers of power, and that's what emily's list has done. you have put w o country iseevers better for it. i am so grateful. i said all during the campaign, to emily's list, i wouldn't
. ♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ she's just like you and me ♪ ♪ [ inaudible ] ♪ ♪ la, la la dee, la la dee, la la da ♪ >> la dee da! >> stephanie: oh, dear. this song has made a few people snap. >> probably. >> stephanie: fifty minutes after the hour. jim, did you see mitt romney flip flopped -- [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> what. >> stephanie: of course i didn't say fema should be cut. of course not. [♪ mysterious music ♪] . >> it's your imaginations. [ mocking laughter ] . >> of course i didn't say that, of course not. >> stephanie: i have always been for fully funding fema. >> of course we are. >> of course. >> stephanie: kevin in orange county, you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, kevin. >> hey, gang. two things i'll make them quick. with the chris christie thing, i have malice of forethought that he is doing this with any kind of cynical thoughts but i do think now if and when he does criticize obama in the future it is going hit hard -- >> stephanie: yeah, but that will be tough for him to do before the election -- >> caller: i don't think it is
'll conclude with this because you guys are going to hear t. you have an amazing panel, led by dee dee myers, who has stayed in the fight and did an incredible and remark leader and also a mom. the whole ginger rogers, women do all the same things that men do, but they do it in high heels backwards, that's really what it's all about. it means -- i'd love to have a man spend a day in the life of the women in this room and try to get done what we balance together in order to make sure that we can make everything work and help the people that we care about thrive. the important thing here is that we continue to move forward. we have to double down. we have to double down in 2014. we've got to make sure we recruit more women to run for office because it's not just a slogan that when women run, women win. they do. they dofment when women run, democrats win because we have -- you take a look at the -- take a good look when the house convenes after this next congress is sworn in, at what our slile looks like versus the republican slile. -- republican side of the aisle looks like. versus the republi
panel led by dee dee myers, who has been an incredible leader and is also a mom. the whole ginger rogers that women do everything men do but they do it in high heels to back words, that is what it is all about. i would love to have a man spent a day in the life of the women in this room and try to get done what we balance in order to make sure we can make everything work and help the people we care about thrive, but the important thing here is that we continue to move forward. we have to double down in 2014. we have got to make sure we recruit more women to run for office. it is not just a slogan that when when run -- when women run they win. take a good look when the house convenes after the congress is sworn in at what our side of the eye looks like versos the republican side. -- our side of the idol looks -- the aisle looks like versus the republican side. it is pretty amazing. no matter what i do, i will be helping you double down, doing everything i can to make sure we move forward. i can look out and see a lot of other moms in the audience, and now that we make sure we make life be
out 5 days so i would like at least $1,000. >> you know what, chef? i have just been told, dee is the first up, lovely lady called dee donated the first $1,000. if you can get three more donations of $1,000, that book from chef keller could be yours. call 1-888-5-helps-u. chef, are you going to give them the phone is this take that first call? >> let me get this call. >> chef hubert kehler. another famous chef gerard hugo is busy on the phone also giving out cookbooks and we would like another donation of $1,000. chef, you are busy. >> i'm busy. working the phones. >> $1,000 for your cookbooks. >> hopefully people will join us. >> we need the money. make those calls. we need to give so much more. 1-888-5-helps-u. call now. we'll be right back. our cbs 5,, ,,,, [ female announcer ] welcome, one and all, to a tastier festive feast. so much to sip and savor. a feeding frenzy, to say the least. a turkey from safeway will have everyone raving. there's fresh, natural, frozen, whatever your craving. spend $25, and get a frozen safeway turkey for 59 cents a pound. or spend $25, and a
. >> beer. >> bill: beer. dee in mechanicsville. hello, dee. what do you say? >> caller: hey bill. well, i say that $2,000 is our emergency rainy day fund. we don't take out loans. if something gets broken around the house we use that extra money that we save from our taxes to fix up our house. >> bill: there you go. that's an important thing. your dishwasher breaks down, you got a broken window or something. you know, all of that. >> a couple of grand around. >> bill: anybody has a house knows what you're talking about. >> right. the other thing is that it is really getting under my skin is the fact that the middle class has been contributing. it belongs to the middle class. we're the ones, 98% of us provide the money that they're talking about! >> bill: absolutely. >> caller: so it is already ours. >> bill: paying more than your fair share and again it is so simple that republicans give lip service saying oh no, we can't raise taxes on the middle class. guess what, baby, they're about to. they're about to raise
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